A photo of John Valentino I took at The South Florida Science Museum.
Keywords: Fantasma; AEG; Producer; Science Museum
|Talkaoke at Science Museum Lates - The People Speak|
The Science Museum launches it's very own Talkaoke table, based on the Talkaoke Mark V design, at Science Museum lates. Topics around the table were mainly around the subject of space as well as aliens, as well as a bit of speed dating.
Keywords: talkaoke; the people speak; debate; conversation; science museum; lates; space
|Talkaoke at Science Museum Lates - The People Speak|
Staff at the Science Museum have been on several Talkaoke training sessions in the build up to owning their very own Talkaoke table but before then we have to see how they handle in the public eye. This Talkaoke session takes place in the Antenna Gallery, inside the museum during the Science Museum Lates evening.
Keywords: talkaoke; the people speak; debate; conversation; science museum; lates
|Happy Birthday to the London Science Museum (live Mac duet) - Angela Brett|
A 'live' recording of my Macs singing happy birthday to celebrate the centenary of the London Science Museum, with my PowerBook G4 singing as Vicki and my new MacBook Pro singing as Alex. You can see a video of this, including setup and out-of-sync practice run, at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Aw2kg2D06c This was inspired by a video of three robots singing happy birthday for the London Science Museum's centenary, which you can see at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8_-McoAriI
Keywords: robot choir; London Science Museum centenary; duet; live; speech synthesis
|Talkaoke at The Dana Centre - Cancer: In the genes? - The People Speak|
Talkaoke delved into a more serious discussion at the Dana Centre, Science Museum, as the main topic of of conversation was about cancer and whether or not it was in the genes. How do your lifestyle and genetic make-up impact on your cancer risk? Can your genome protect itself? Does eating certain foods really make any difference? Sort through the mixed messages with scientists and make better choices for lifelong health...
Keywords: talkaoke; the people speak; conversation; science museum; dana centre; cancer; genetics
|Talkaoke at The Dana Centre - Keeping Your Marbles - The People Speak|
Continuing it's work with the Science Museum at the Dana Centre Talkaoke talked about Alzheimer’s and Keeping your marbles. With a panel of experts in the room and around the table participants could chat about problems and fear they may have. Like last weeks Talkaoke, this also used it's new visual technology where peoples topics and ideas appeared on a screen. This event was supported by The Medical Research Council
Keywords: talkaoke; the people speak; conversation; science museum; dana centre; keeping your marbles; alzheimers
|Talkaoke at Teachers' Lates @ Science Museum - The People Speak|
The Science Museum opened late for a teachers only special giving them a chance to explore the museums and the many wonders. And Talkaoke was there, located in the Antenna Gallery, to gather teachers thought as well as getting a discussion going among them. This was a slow session with a lack of visitors making it hard to get enough flow of people to the table, but it was still an enjoyable and informative session.
Keywords: talkaoke; the people speak; science museum; antenna gallery; teachers; debate; discussion; chat; invention
|Talkaoke at ECSITE Annual Conference, Toulouse 2012 - The People Speak|
The Science Museum's very own Talkaoke table was at the ECSITE Annual Conference 2012, Toulouse, a conference were professionals from museums, universities, zoos and private companies converged to discuss some of the main things happening within science communication.
Keywords: talkaoke; the people speak; science museum; toulouse; ecsite; annual confrence; science; debate; discussion
|1000 Inventions of Islamic History - Ministry Of Dawah|
What do Algebra, Chemistry and spectacles have in common? Give up? Well as a matter of fact they were all invented in the Muslim world loooong before the Europeans even knew what they were! Iâm sure you didnât know that?! Well neither do most Muslims let alone non-Muslims. So how come Islam today is seen as some backward religion that wants to take us back to the days of the camels! Come see how and why we were the leaders of the world and how we can lead the world againâ¦
Keywords: islam muslim khilafah caliphate quran inventions islamic history dark ages golden revival science museum
|The Wellcome Museum of the History of Medicine [electronic resource] : a part of the Science Museum - Bracegirdle, Brian|
Keywords: Science Museum (Great Britain); Wellcome Museum of the History of Medicine; Medicine; Museums
|eMpTy Minds Radio #116 (03-29-2013)|
Thanks for supporting the great Internet Archive (www.archive.org) Please check us out at our home-base (www.emptymindsradio.com) Hit LIKE on our Facebook page - The EMR Assault (where you will find pics or links we've referenced) Also visit us on Twitter (empty minds radio) & podcatch us via our RSS feed eMpTy Minds Radio (EMR) is THE ALL OUT ASSAULT ON STUPIDITY AND BULLSHIT! Your Hosts: Tom & Myron Everybody Else: Paulie, Niki and special guest Grant - A brand new Cinema PaulieDiso - We chit ...
Keywords: talk radio; talk podcast; film talk; comedy talk; comedy podcast; Minneapolis; Saint Paul; Science Museum; Svengoolie's; Bates Motel; Vera Farmiga
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|CassetteEpisode6-20120512 - Naomi Christie|
Technology: On side A of a C30 cassette Naomi Christie speaks with assistant curator of computing and communication at the Science Museum Charlotte Connelly about tape-playing devices in the collection, including an exciting, if commercially unsuccessful, precursor to magnetic tape using optics with the advertising slogan âmusic from a beam of lightâ. Turn over for side B to hear musician Beat Ratio talking about how his four-track cassette recorder works and why he chose analogue.
Keywords: ResonanceFM; Cassette; London; Science Museum; Naomi Christie; Charlotte Connelly; Beat Ratio; Gabriele Raciti; magnetic tape; optic tape
|OST 01.06.2014 - The Denman Horn Special|
This week the OST show comes from the Science Museum in South Kensington, London, and we've got a 27ft-long exponential horn to play with. Robin The Fog stands in for the absent Jonny Trunk and prepares a special playlist of horn-friendly sounds and some vintage BBC sound effects. It's all rather splendid.
Keywords: Resonance FM; 104.4FM; Science Museum; London; Denman Horn; Exponential Horn; 27ft Horn; 1920s; Horn; Foghorn; Ships Horn; Jonny Trunk; OST; Robin The Fog; Ingram Marshall; David Vorhaus; Brian Hodgson; Dick Mills; Radiophonic; Radiophonic Workshop; Speaker; Sound Effects; SFX; Soundtracks; Library Music; Experimental